Hojoki to Participate in the Startup Rally at The Next Web Conference, Launches Mobile App and Social Features

Hojoki's mobile app set for release from The Next Web Conference

Cloud app aggregator Hojoki launches its mobile app from The Next Web Conference. Hojoki will be taking part in the Startup Rally at the event. After adding 7 new apps to its selection since launch, Hojoki now launches social features to bring whole teams onboard by providing a collaborative suite on top of the most popular existing tools. Hojoki solves the problem of information fragmentation by providing a unified newsfeed for cloud apps like Google Docs, Dropbox, Evernote and many more.

Hojoki is set to launch its mobile app. The platform that brings all your cloud apps into one newsfeed is to bring this to mobile, supporting both iOS and Android from the off.

The location for the launch is none other than The Next Web Conference in Amsterdam. Here, Hojoki will be the sole representative of Germany in the Startup Rally and aim to make a huge impact with this launch as well as adding social features to their platform. With these features added, Hojoki aims to take on the collaboration scene by offering one platform for all your collaboration needs. The collaboration suite will be built on top your existing tools and use the network you already have to leverage the much overlooked Work Graph. This is the network that ties you to all your collaborators and by bringing this to the core of Hojoki, they plan to get entire teams on board their platform.

Hojoki’s basic idea is very simple: one newsfeed for all your productivity apps. Hojoki builds a collaborative platform around popular apps and has a newsfeed of activities from these apps at its core. Around this, users can share activities with others by creating sub streams of their activities in workspaces. You never miss an important change from one of your co-workers and have all your content in one place. 

From launch, Hojoki supported Dropbox, Google Docs, Delicious, Highrise, Ta-Da List, Beanstalk, GitHub, Pivotal Tracker, Twitter and Google Calendar. Since launch, Hojoki has added Evernote, Google Reader, Cloud App, Google Contacts and Mendeley, they now support 15 apps with more in the making.

About Hojoki

Hojoki (www.hojoki.com) was founded in Chemnitz/Germany (March 2011) and launched their public beta in December 2011. Lead by the CEO and Co-Founder Martin Böhringer, the company now has 8 employees. Based on its strong roots in research, with 3 team members having a PhD, the company’s goal is to leverage cutting-edge technology to integrate cloud apps into a joint work environment.

"The mobile app is a huge step for Hojoki. It's just great to have the stage of TNW Conference for announcing it." Martin Böhringer, CEO of Hojoki
About Hojoki

Hojoki makes all your cloud apps work as one. To do this, it provides a unified inbox to cloud apps like Google Docs, Dropbox, Highrise and many more. This solves the problem of information fragmentation across numerous cloud apps. Hojoki keeps you on the same page as your collaborators, informing you whenever anything is changed in any app from your cloud.